July 28, 2009 By Wallin & Klarich

Lessons From a Criminal Defense Lawyer

It is possible for an officer to unintentionally or unlawfully arrest a person? If an officer arrests a person without sufficient probable cause, this is often referred to as a “false arrest.” The consequences of an improper arrest can include suppression of any testimonial statements by the suspect, suppression of physical evidence, and personal liability for the officer.

In addition, a factual innocence motion can be drafted in an effort to clear the tarnish of an arrest on your criminal record. If you feel that you were unlawfully arrested or that you are factually innocent, contact the skilled CA criminal defense lawyers from Wallin & Klarich for a consultation at 1-888-280-6839. Also, visit us online at www.wklaw.com.

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